|Why Vlog 2 - BShoot|
Second installment Why We Vlog
Keywords: why; vlog; community; 150
|AppAdvice Daily - Appisode 198|
New Facebook features announced, hot sassy vampires, and a game that will drive you to insanity. We have all this and more on today's AppAdvice Daily.
Keywords: facebook; facebook groups; facebook application control; facebook data portability; insanity; why you gotta be a vampire
Hooray, this cartoon is finally finished! Bird & Cactus are back in another cartoon adventure. Ok, they really don't go adventure anywhere. But Bird does say chicken butt in this cartoon, so it's got that going for it. Anyways, please share this with your friends! Thanks!
Keywords: guess; what; chicken; butt; why; thigh; funny; cartoon; animation; comedy; bird; cactus; paul; rodenburg; hilarious; animated
|Why Not to Set Goals and Measure Outcomes|
In Chapter 19 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, leadership philosopher Bijoy Goswami answers "What Goals are You Setting as You Look to What Comes Next in Your Career?" Goswami shares why he does not use goals and milestones to assess performance and motivate progress. He finds goals to be limiting and instead focuses on a journey focused neither on safety nor outcome. Bijoy Goswami is a writer, teacher, and community leader based in Austin, Texas...
Keywords: why not to set goals; performance measurement; outcomes; the case against mission statements; why not to have a business plan; bijoy goswami; erik michielsen; capture your flag; security; confidence building; milestones; aspiration; liberation
|Why to Set New Year's Intentions and Not Goals - Jullien Gordon|
In Chapter 8 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, business coach Jullien Gordon answers "How Are You Helping Others Plan, Commit to, and Achieve New Year's Goals?" Gordon shares how he helps people set their intentions by putting out his annual "New Year Guide." He focuses not on the outcome or goal but the intention or the underlying initiative behind that goal or outcome. Jullien Gordon is a high performance coach and consultant to organizations, individuals and teams who want to inc...
Keywords: new years resolutions; new years goals; why to set intentions not goals; start with why; viktor frankl; p90x; business coach; jullien gordon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; thought clarity; focus; initiative; preparation; coaching; discernment
|Learning New Ways to Use Your Passions - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 15 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "How Are You Learning to Apply Your Passions in New Ways?" Sinek first gets clear on what he wants to do - "inspire people to do the things that inspire them" - and then plays the game of finding new ways to do it. From branching out skills into short-form and long-form writing to working in new industries such as military, politics and government, Sinek sees himself as a student of inspira...
Keywords: simon sinek; why you do what you do; start with why; how to inspire people; learning; use your passion; author; speaker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; cultivating passion; defining fulfillment; experimentation; continuing education; open-mindedness
|WHY?: Sod In The Seed - Live At The Show - AltarTV|
“Who am I to judge a man by his yacht wear?” If that line doesn’t do it for you, nothing ever will. It’s one of many great Yoni Wolf lines from “Sod In The Seed,” the single from WHY?'s most recent release called Mumps, Etc. Their fourth full-length (other titles include Alopecia and Elephant Eyelash) is for many fans their best and boldest to date (for us at least). Like “Sod In The Seed,” this album is start-to-finish ambitious, genre-deaf and incredibly fun to listen to...
Keywords: why?; yoni wolf; josiah wolf; sod in the seed; mumps etc; altartv; live at the show; concert; performance; show
|What is money really for?|
What is money for? Lynne Twist describes how our relationship with money has become corrupt and unethical. Consumer society and our ?more is better? culture see money as an end rather than a means. We have lost the ability to recognize simple sufficiency.
Keywords: news&information; what is money for; why do we need money; consumer society; advertising and consumer culture
|Anderson Cooper Fails to Keep Andrew Sullivan Honest on AC360|
AC360 claims always be "Keeping Them Honest" but when Anderson Cooper is confronted with totally inaccurate tax revenue figures from Andrew Sullivan based on his Newsweek cover story "Why Are Obama's Critics So Dumb?" he pretty much fails to live up to his theme.
Keywords: news&information; ac360; anderson cooper; andrew sullivan; bay buchanan; keeping them honest; cnn; newsweek; why are obamas critics so dumb; newsweek cover; obama smart; sullivan obama
|1Take.TV: David O (Why won't you love me?)|
http://www.1take.tv David O performs an acoustic version of his s ong 'Why won't you love me?' in the 1Take studio in London. Filmed and edited by Jonah James and Beatrice Black, sound production by Elliot Bradley. www.Facebook.com/mrdavidomusic www.twitter.com/mrdavidolive
Keywords: music; david o; why wont you love me? 1take.tv; acoustic; soul; one take tv; 1take tv; jonah james; elliot bradley
|What are the economics of debt?|
Economist Richard Douthwaite explains that our current economic system relies on debt for money supply. This means that our economic model requires constant economic growth. He goes on to imagine what happen in a sustainable economic system.
Keywords: news&information; does economy rely on debt; debt in economy; sustainable economic system; sustainable economy; debt and money; why must economy keep growing; constant economic growth
|How to Make the Most of Living in a City - Anatole Faykin|
In Chapter 1 of 12 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" For Faykin, it comes down to walkable cities. Cities such as Beijing challenge Faykin because they are not very walkable. He contrasts this with Shanghai which has more pedestrian and walker friendly neighborhoods. He finds New York City a very walkable city and as a result has enjoyed exploring it and living in it...
Keywords: best cities for walking; most walkable cities; how to explore a city; why to walk new york city; walking shanghai; why to live in a big city; anatole faykin; erik michielsen; capture your flag; exploration; cultural appreciation; identifying passion; abroad experienc
|Ken Biberaj on How Reflecting on His Past Shapes Future Decisions|
In Chapter 6 of 23 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City Council Candidate Ken Biberaj answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" Biberaj reflects back on his past - going through notes, watching videos, etc. - because he sees his past as what has laid a foundation for his future. As a politician, he also is reminded that reflecting back on past voter conversations by following up with phone calls helps him stay current and engaged with his commun...
Keywords: why to reflect; learning by reflecting; ken biberaj; relationship skills; new york city council candidate; running for public office; democratic party; erik michielsen; capture your flag; reflection; personal growth; lessons learned; mindfulness; decision making
|How a Supportive Family Can Open Doors in Your Education and Career|
In Chapter 1 of his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, educator and designer Jon Kolko answers "Where Has Your Family Been Most Supportive in Your Career Development?" Kolko shares how his wife has helped him achieve work goals by making sacrifices so he could grow into new phases of his career. Moreover, Kolko shares how his parents always supported his education and rarely challenged his choices. As an educator, Kolko sees how students make higher education and career choices and challenges the...
Keywords: making sacrifices in a marriage; support your spouse; parenting; is college worth it; why go to college; reasons not to go to college; jon kolko; myedu; erik michielsen; capture your flag; college choice; relocation; sacrifice; parental influence; family foundations
|How Reflecting Back Can Move Your Career Forward - Kyung B. Yoon|
In Chapter 1 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Kyung B. Yoon answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" Yoon uses reflection to think about work she enjoys doing and work where she excels. This process helps Yoon figure out what next steps to take in her career and find ways to eliminate inequalities and inequities and create social impact...
Keywords: changing careers; social impact jobs; meaningful work; why to reflect; career planning; economics; international development; kyung b. yoon; kacf; erik michielsen; capture your flag; career transition; entry-level job experience; reflection; formulating viewpoint
|How to Make the Most of Living in a City - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 10 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in a City?" Erway appreciates the cultural diversity that comes with living in a city. What she finds most enjoyable, however, is embracing the unifying element of food culture and the cross-cultural pursuit of finding affordable, satisfying food neighborhood by neighborhood...
Keywords: food culture; urban communities; city living; living in a city; why to live in a big city; freelance writer; author; healthy food advocate; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; experience diversity
|Why Travel to Distant and Unfamiliar Places - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 3 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Elliot notes how she find motivation to travel by her curiosity and interest in learning about family dynamics and social dynamics of different cultures. Additionally it teaches her to value her liberty, freedom, and security she has as a United States citizen...
Keywords: traveling passion; why to travel to new places; learning by traveling; living in south africa; hattie grace elliot; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; exploration; abroad experience; intellectual curiosity; motivation; formulating viewpoint
|What Lawyers Do to Protect Your Company - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 6 of 20 in his Year 4 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Has Working With Lawyers Taught You About Business?" Germano builds upon his Year 2 Capture Your Flag answer by sharing more about what lawyers have done to protect his company as it grows and becomes more successful. By building relationships with the attorneys who serve his company, Germano stays better prepared for potential legal challenges that may arise...
Keywords: why to hire a lawyer; how lawyers work with startups; digital media law; how lawyers protect your company; mike germano; ceo; carrot creative; erik michielsen; capture your flag; accountability; security; decision making; formulating viewpoint; preparation
|Finding Inspiration by Interviewing People You Admire - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 9 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Has Interviewing People You Admire Informed Your Own Career Ambition?" By hosting a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Networks, Erway is able to bring on guests she admires and learn from the conversation. Erway shares an example of how cookbook author Lukas Volger has inspired her by sharing ways to make money from your food passion, be it writing or other media...
Keywords: why to interview people you admire; ways to get inspired; how to monetize food writing; cathy erway; radio show; cookbook author; lukas volger; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; personal network development; intellectual curiosity; aspiration
|Elementary School Influences on Career Choices - Kyung B. Yoon|
In Chapter 4 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, non-profit executive Kyung B. Yoon answers "What Childhood Experiences Have Been Most Fundamental in Shaping Who You Are Today?" Yoon recounts learning memorization skills as a 6th grade elementary school student. Learning to memorize and recite poetry gives Yoon an appreciation for memorization and practice she uses later in her career as a journalist and public speaker...
Keywords: 6th grade; elementary school; learning by memorization; why to memorize; formative learning; broadcast journalism; public speaking; kyung b. yoon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; childhood; academic influences; mental fitness; expressiveness; preparation
|Automotive Brands and the 2010 OC Auto Show|
This week Brand Insider traveled to the OC Auto show in Anaheim, California. In a down-turned economy Auto shows are stronger than ever. Discover why major brands are flocking to these shows. Find out how these companies incorporate their brand strategies to get the customers attention. Attendance is up, the excitement is real and the technology is cutting edge!
Keywords: searchonly; auto shows; automotive; marketing strategy; oc county; brandinsider; marketing; nissan leaf; 2010 oc auto show; brands & autoshows; john sackrison; downturn economy; why autoshows work; tom lagegren; steven smith; impact on autoshows; experential marketing
|Ken Biberaj on Why to Make Time in Your Schedule to Mentor Students|
In Chapter 15 of 23 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City Council Candidate Ken Biberaj answers "Why Do You Make Time in Your Schedule to Mentor College Students?" Biberaj shares what he has learned being a mentor to first-generation college students at New York Needs You. For him, the rewards of making time for mentoring come down to helping students compete for and get great internships and jobs...
Keywords: why to mentor college students; new york needs you; first generation college students; mentorship rewards; help college students find jobs; ken biberaj; erik michielsen; capture your flag; college experience; mentoring; time management; community impact; contribution
|Richard Moross on Why to Get Out of the Office and Travel the World|
In Chapter 4 of 14 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Moo.com CEO Richard Moross answers "What Travel Adventures Have You Had This Past Year and What Did You Learn From Them?" Moross learns how taking holidays - in this case traveling to Israel, Namibia, and Japan - gives him space not only to appreciate culture but also to reflect, to refresh and to put his work in a more global context. He talks about traveling to Israel with business partner Hewlett Packard (HP) and going to Namibia to ...
Keywords: why to take an international trip; work benefits of taking vacation; hp israel; moo cards; richard moross; namibia road trip; erik michielsen; capture your flag; abroad experience; multicultural immersion; exploration; reflection; cultivating passion; thought clarity
|Why to Ask Friends and Family for Feedback on How You Are Doing|
In Chapter 6 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings answers "How Are Your Aspirations Changing As Your Experience Grows?" For Stallings, his aspirations are constantly informed by the accumulation of experiences. To better understand how he is showing up in the world, he relies on family, friends and colleagues for feedback and counsel. Hammans Stallings is a Senior Strategist at frog design...
Keywords: how to ask for feedback on how you are doing; why to seek feedback; asking for help; self assessment; hammans stallings; erik michielsen; capture your flag; aspiration; introspection; coaching; relationship building; personal growth
|How to Find Conference Speakers and Curate Panels - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 13 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "What Steps Do You Take to Source Conference Speakers and Curate Conference Panels?" McKenzie finds he and his team are able to find speakers and curate panels and keynote ideas first through curiosity. By identifying what is important across different communities they are able to find inspirational sources and then look for previously unseen connections between these sources...
Keywords: finding inspirational speakers; why to be curious; influencer culture; advice on finding conference speakers; influencer conference; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; initiative; exploration; intellectual curiosity; inspiration; open-mindedness
|Richard Moross on Learning Business in First Job Out of College|
In Chapter 2 of 14 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Moo.com CEO Richard Moross answers "What Did You Learn in Your First Job After University That is Still Relevant Today?" Moross shares that working in a small business after college taught him why people, more than anything else, are fundamental to a business. He learns to shift away from the individual nature of being a student to the collaborative nature of working on a small business team...
Keywords: first job out of college; entry level business jobs; working for a small business; why human capital is important; richard moross; ceo; moo; erik michielsen; capture your flag; entry-level job experience; lessons learned; collaboration; college experience
|Finding Daily Inspiration Living in the City - Conrad Doucette|
In Chapter 5 of 19 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, musician Conrad Doucette answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Doucette speaks to the daily interaction of coming into contact with artistic, creative and passionate people. He shares what he enjoyed about getting out of the big city and traveling out of town to Woodstock, New York, where he found musical inspiration. He realizes how he enjoys both city life and rural life but at his core the city life comes down to ...
Keywords: why live in a city in your 30s; weekend trip; woodstock; get inspired; reasons to live in nyc; inspirational; new york city; musician; conrad doucette; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; exploration; cultural appreciation; formulating viewpoint
|How Writing a Will Puts Your Life Priorities in Order - Shaheen Wirk|
In Chapter 6 of 17 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, hedge fund analyst Shaheen Wirk "How Are Your Personal Priorities Changing As You Get Older?" Wirk takes a friend's advice to visit a lawyer and draw up his will. The experience of writing his will helps Wirk crystalize his priorities. He finds writing his will surprising and rewarding. Shaheen Wirk is a senior hedge fund analyst for Bridger Capital focused on pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device investment research and ana...
Keywords: life prioriites; writing a will; why write a will; when to write a will; draw up; lawyer; priorities; what matters in life; hedge fund; shaheen wirk; erik michielsen; capture your flag; priority setting; introspection; contribution; mindfulness; prudence; values
|Why to Work With People Who Think Differently Than You|
In Chapter 9 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings answers "How Are You Learning to Work More Effectively With Different Personality Types?" Stallings seeks out different personality types at work because they help him learn new subjects, new problem solving approaches and new ways of thinking. Hammans Stallings is a Senior Strategist at frog design...
Keywords: why to work with people who think differently than you; complementary skills; team diversity benefits; hammans stallings; frog design; erik michielsen; capture your flag; experience diversity; thought clarity; collaboration; discovery; open-mindedness
|How Reflection Informs Personal Growth - Conrad Doucette|
In Chapter 4 of 19 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, musician Conrad Doucette answers "What Role Has Reflection Played in Shaping Your Personal Growth?" When Doucette looks back on his past, he reflects on decisions he did and did not make. As he gets older, he finds he is better prepared to think through why he made those decisions and how to better prepare for the future. Conrad Doucette is a Brooklyn musician and the drummer for Takka Takka, which released its 3rd studio album, AM Land...
Keywords: reflect back; reflecting; why to reflect; self-help; learning; prepare for the future; set goals; take a walk; thinking; play music; conrad doucette; erik michielsen; capture your flag; reflection; personal growth; preparation; mental fitness; lessons learned
|What Musician Enjoys Most About His Job - Conrad Doucette|
In Chapter 3 of 19 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, musician Conrad Doucette answers "What Do You Enjoy Most About What You Do?" As a professional musician, Doucette compares playing music to getting a natural high or "runner's high." Playing music forces Doucette to face his own self, to engage his mind, and to receive the physical adrenaline, all of which electrify and inspire him and his work...
Keywords: music career; why play music; best part; favorite thing; playing music; play an instrument; runners high; endorphins; creativity; musician; conrad doucette; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; happiness; expressiveness; self awareness
|How Creative Aspirations Get More Money Motivated - Jason Anello|
In Chapter 20 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, creative director and Manifold ad agency co-founder Jason Anello answers "How Are Your Aspirations Changing As Your Experience Grows?" As a creative, Anello shares how his aspiration has always been to make work like play. As he builds a company, he becomes more aware of how making money can also be an aspiration and help him make a greater difference in his work...
Keywords: money motivated; creative career; why aspire to make more money; make money to grow your business; small business owner; manifold partners; jason anello; erik michielsen; capture your flag; aspiration; self awareness; mapping purpose; motivation; formulating viewpoint
|Fragile X and Autism|
Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive Let's Talk Autism with Shannon and Nancy hosts welcome Dr. David Feldman, Medical Director for The Stramski Development Center to talk about Fragile X and Autism. Dr. Feldman stresses the need for every child with Autism to get tested for Fragile X and gives specific reasons why it can prove helpful and healthful to the child and the entire family...
Keywords: autism treatment; card; autism live; stramskis development center; dr. david feldman; fragile x; test for fragile x; autism diagnosis; parent questions; autism and fragile x; why test for fragile x; genetics; shannon penrod; nancy alspaugh-jackson; fragile x of socal
|Tricia Regan on How to Take Advantage of Living in New York City|
In Chapter 1 of 15 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, filmmaker Tricia Regan answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Born and raised in New York City, Regan finds living in the city electrifying. She embraces the activities around her and the social lifestyle that keeps her engaged with community and friends. Tricia Regan is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker known for writing, directing and producing documentary films, including the Emmy-winning "Autism: The Musical"...
Keywords: take advantage of new york city; growing up in new york city; why live in new york city; live an active lifestyle; tricia regan; brooklyn filmmaker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; happiness; experience diversity; cultural appreciation; inspiration
|When is Your Idea Worth Turning Into a Book - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 16 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "How Do You Take Collections of Ideas and Turn Them Into Books?" Sinek focuses less on the collection of ideas and more on how to take an idea, attack a problem and do so by taking your readers on a journey. Simon Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. His goal is to "inspire people to do the things that inspire them" and help others find fulfillment in their work...
Keywords: simon sinek; start with why; when to write a book; writer; author; book idea; pursuing; storytelling; writing advice; knowledge; sharing; public speaker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; creative process; problem solving; expressiveness; discernment
|SCS! Questions Prometheus|
Prometheus was good, but we had a few questions.
Keywords: prometheus; questions; plot; holes; answers; discussion; sci-fi; ridley; scott; alien; aliens; scs; super; circuit; show; 8th-circuit; review; ridley; scott; engineers; fox; damon; lindelof; jon; spaihts; noomi; rapace; david; michael; fassbender; why; zombies; charlize; theron; idris; elb
|How to Strengthen Your Creative Skills - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 13 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "How is Your Creative Toolbox Changing?" The more Sinek practices his creative skills, the stronger his toolbox gets. He focuses on amplifying on his strengths and hiring out his weaknesses to both broaden and sharpen skills. As a lover of creative people, Sinek looks to try new things such as modern dance choreography and painting to get perspective on creative process...
Keywords: simon sinek; learning; creative; skills; toolbox; build strengths; outsource weakness; choreography; modern dance; start with why; erik michielsen; capture your flag; creative process; continuing education; fortitude; focus; experimentation; presence; personal growth
|How to Better Manage Your Meeting Commitments - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 5 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "How Are You Learning to Better Manage Your Time and Commitments?" McKenzie learns to make meeting plans with a more restrictive start and stop times. This helps him better focus on the conversation and allows him to have more meetings. Philip L. McKenzie is the Founder and Global Curator of Influencer Conference, a global content platform that brings together tastemakers in the arts, entrepreneurship,...
Keywords: committing less; saying no; how to network; improving networking skills; why to meet for coffee; managing a busy schedule; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; time management; focus; sacrifice; reflection; commitment; personal network development
|How to Survive and Thrive in New York City - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 9 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Elliot talks about the inspiration she gets from New Yorkers and how she finds motivation in progressive, forward thinking and big ambition mindsets of New Yorkers she meets. Hattie Grace Elliot is the founder and CEO of The Grace List, a social networking company that creates destination events and experiences to forge lasting personal and...
Keywords: new yorkers; inspiring; why to live in new york city; nyc; entrepreneur; how to stay motivated; the grace list; hattie grace elliot; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; defining fulfillment; personal network development; cultural appreciation; motivation
|Finding Healthier Ways to Manage Your Work Schedule - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 17 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "How Are You Learning to Better Manage Your Time and Your Commitments?" Elliot emphasizes making her appointments on time and, as her schedule gets busier, she learns the importance of not overcommitting to a point where she gets run down and sick. As a small business owner, Elliot realizes she needs to stay healthy to do her work well...
Keywords: how to not overcommit; manage time commitments; be more responsible; why you need down time; hattie grace elliot; entrepreneur; the grace list; erik michielsen; capture your flag; commitment; time management; life ownership; balance; behavioral choice
|Finding Meaningful Work by Doing What Inspires You - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 6 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "What Makes Your Work Meaningful?" Sinek first starts by doing something specific each day. For him it is "inspiring others to do what inspires them." What gives his life meaning is when he is able to fulfill that cause or do the thing that drives and inspires him. Simon Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people...
Keywords: simon sinek; meaningful work; do what inspires you; drive; find purpose in life; start with why; author; public speaker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; motivation; mapping purpose; inspiration; initiative
|Why to Prioritize Company Culture Over Community - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 10 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Steps Are You Taking to Maintain a Strong Company Culture in Your Growing Business?" Germano differentiates culture from community. Culture is about what employees understand the company to be about. He defines Carrot Creative culture as "hustle, team, adventure". He promotes an underdog culture set by its founders, built on hard work and fun, and maintained by its empl...
Keywords: build company culture; why culture and community are different; motivating employees; assess fit; firing staff; carrot creative; mike germano; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; values; initiative; leadership; motivation; conviction
|Janet Jackson gives us "For Colored Girls" - Exclusive Interview|
http://www.blacktree.tvThere has been much to do about Tyler Perry's latest film, "For Colored Girls" based off of Ngote Shange chloreopoem and stage production, "For Colored Girls who considered suicide when the rainbow was not enuff". ;Janet Jackson who is making her 3rd appearance in a Tyler Perry Production discusses her belief in Tyler and his ability to pull off the play that deals with sensitive and sometimes controversial issues that women of all colors go through.
Keywords: talk&interview; janet; jackson; interview; janet; jackson; for; colored; girls; tyler; perry; film; drama; down; low; hiv; michael; jackson; giving; back; charity; madea; lionsgate; why; did; i; get; married; film; clips
|How Working in Silicon Valley is Different Than Working in New York|
In Chapter 3 of 11 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, software engineer Chris Hinkle answers "How Has Working in Silicon Valley Reshaped What You Think is Possible in Your Career?" Relocating from New York City to Silicon Valley, Hinkle cuts past the "get rich quick" entrepreneur scene and finds a passionate generation of innovators working to make the world a better place. This contrasts with the more media industry-driven tech scene he experienced in New York City...
Keywords: moving to silicon valley; why work in silicon valley; software engineer; making software; what motivates silicon valley entrepreneurs; evernote; chris hinkle; erik michielsen; capture your flag; relocation; cultural appreciation; mapping purpose; motivation